Current and Past Accolades

Dr. Timothy Elliott (July 2017)

Dr. Timothy Elliott is the Training Director for the Texas A&M University Counseling Psychology doctoral program, which is accredited by the American Psychological Association. Dr. Elliott’s home department at Texas A&M University awarded him with the Outstanding Service Award for the 2016-2017 academic year.

Additionally, he was one of six recipients of the Association of Former Students Distinguished Research Achievement Awards. The award was conferred by Texas A&M University on April 1, 2017. This award is presented to faculty who exhibit the highest standards of excellence at Texas A&M University. Check it out at:

http://transform.tamu.edu/news/dr-elliott-recognized-afs-research-impact

http://today.tamu.edu/2017/03/21/2017-distinguished-achievement-award-recipients-announced/

This past spring, Auburn University College of Education also presented Dr. Elliott with their Outstanding Educator Alumni Award. Dr. Elliott received his master’s degree in Rehabilitation Counseling from Auburn University College in 1981. This award recognizes a graduate of the college who is a practitioner directly engaged with students, teachers, counselors, or librarians and can be from a school, university, agency, or community setting. Additional information about the ceremony and Dr. Elliott’s experiences at Auburn and the mentoring he received is provided below. Check it out at:

http://www.education.auburn.edu/outstanding-alumni-awards


Dr. Robert Karol (July 2017)

Dr. Robert Karol is President of Karol Neuropsychological Services & Consulting. Dr. Karol has been elected to the United States Brain Injury Alliance Board of Directors (USBIA).The USBIA Mission engages the community in preventing brain injuries and improving lives. There are currently 16 Chartered State Affiliates.

He was also elected as Vice Chair of the Minnesota Department of Human Services Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Committee (TBI AC). Its purpose is to provide recommendations to the Commissioner of the Department of Human Services on program development and service needs of persons with traumatic brain injury. Dr. Karol is the longest serving member of the Committee, having been on it since its inception more than 25 years ago.

Dr. Karol has also been elected to the Minnesota Academy of Medicine (MAM). Dating back to 1887, the MAM is organized for the promotion of educational, scientific, medical and surgical thought, for the exchange of scientific ideas, and for the association of physicians, medical scientists, and allied scholars on the basis of good fellowship and professional ability.